News Stories

Welcome our new teacher!
Welcome maria
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October/November Newsletter
Read the final newsletter of the school year!
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Preschool Now Enrolling for 2019/2020 School year
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District News

We're looking for substitutes!
DJUSD is looking for substitutes to support student learning!
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Apply for the CA State Seal of Biliteracy!
If you are a graduating Senior and have taken foreign language classes, you may qualify for the State Seal of Biliteracy!
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Learn more about the process and details of how DJUSD will be moving to By-Trustee Area Elections. November 21, 2019 Regular Meeting (6:30 p.m. City Chambers)
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DJUSD continues to monitor the fire, wind, air quality and power outage impacts to the region. Find out what informs our decisions regarding poor air quality.
With fires and windy conditions in the region, the air quality in DJUSD is likely to deteriorate. We continue to monitor conditions to take proper precautions for student health and safety.
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Youth Truth Family Survey - Tell us how we're doing!
Youth Truth Student and Family Survey deadline extended until October 25
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Local Funding for Student Success
Learn what a local education funding measure could do to continue academic achievement.
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New Start Time for School Board Meetings
Open Session Begins at 6:30 p.m. starting October 3
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School Custodian Appreciation Day
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California Native American Heritage Day
On the last Friday of September every year, our District and the State of California recognize California Native American Day.
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Student Action on Climate Change
DJUSD encourages student-led activities on-campus, over participation in Climate Strike
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Library After Hours are back!
DJUSD Library and Internet After Hours Now Open!
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Concussion Information Night
Please join Davis Senior High School Athletics tonight, September 11, at 7:30 pm.
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Our Mission

At the Children's Center, children learn best through hands-on activities and experiences. It is important that children be allowed to explore their environment. Learning is not just following what others do; it is successfully doing it yourself. This requires active thinking and experimenting to find out how things work and to learn first hand about the world we live in.